Honoris United Universities is proud to congratulate Professor Karodia – Founder of MANCOSA and Regent Business School in South Africa and Founding Partner of Honoris United Universities – for winning the annual African Leadership Magazine Persons of the year award in the Educational Development category.
One of South Africa’s top economic minds, Goolam Ballim, kept the audience mentally on their toes in an interactive debate on President Ramaphosa’s turnaround strategy for the country. The evening was a key event in REGENT Business School’s Critical Conversations series.
Honoris announces the official launch of the MANCOSA School of Education in South Africa, designed to meet the education and training needs of aspiring teachers and education professionals within the continent.
During the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, the Council and Foundation for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Honoris United Universities, the first private pan-African higher education network, to increase participation and to promote research in natural sciences and economics across Africa.
École Marocaine des Sciences de l’Ingénieur (EMSI) has presented its multi-award-winning innovations to peers from around the world at the American Innovation Fair. It is the first time that a team from Morocco has taken part in the Silicon Valley fair.
Honoris’ inaugurates new multi-institution Roudani University Campus in the heart of Casablanca, Morocco
The new campus, which combines the excellence of EMSI, Mundiapolis University and EAC, provides students with modern spaces including libraries, a quiet room, a health laboratory and conference facilities dedicated to academic and cultural exchange for academics, students and the general public.
Honoris is reinforcing its Board of Directors through the appointment of a new Independent Board Member, Mr. Karan Khemka, a global expert on education with over 20 years’ experience as an investor and consultant in emerging markets. His appointment brings increased diversity into the network, with an experience that will enrich the student and academic outcomes. Mr. Khemka is a distinguished speaker at international education summits and is particularly recognized for his expert insight on the importance of international education in a globalized economy.
The Honoris Academic Council will lead the deployment of Honoris’ unique collaborative intelligence model through the co-ownership and sharing of skills and resources across member institutions within the network. The council will also direct a diverse range of programmes including international exchanges, collaborative projects as well as learning environments, physical and digital, enabling Honoris faculty and students to benefit from the sharing of ideas, real-world expertise, and multi-cultural immersion.
Government Minister Mr. Abdelahad Fassi Fihri attends EAC’s first graduation ceremony in Casablanca.
The Casablanca School of Architecture (EAC), a member of Honoris United Universities, has issued its first state-recognized degree to graduates at a ceremony held on Friday, May 3 2019, in the presence of the Minister for National Planning, Urban Planning, Housing and Urban Policy, Mr. Abdelahad Fassi Fihri.
EMSI Research and Innovation Laboratories successfully showcase African expertise on the global stage
Honoris member institution, Ecole Marocaine des Sciences de l’Ingénieur (EMSI), brought home two gold medals at the 47th Geneva International Exhibition of Inventions, held this last April. They won gold for their SmarTraffic innovation, which optimizes city traffic flow intelligently, and for Smarty Factory 4.0, a multi-industry communication device for data acquisition. They also won two gold medals and a silver medal at the 22nd Edition of the International Exhibition of Inventions and Technological Innovations “Archimedes” in Moscow in March.